A great way to become a better backgammon player is to study
games that have been annotated by expert players.
Treat each position as a quiz:
Ask yourself "What would I do here?" and see
how your answer compares with the experts.
Snoopy tournament prize.
A prize from the Snoopy tournament held in 1995 on FIBS.
The idea was that the winner of the tournament could have a
match critiqued by the experts who, in this case, are
world-class player Kit Woolsey and the computer programs
TD-Gammon and Jellyfish.
FIBS tournament matches.
Selected matches from tournaments played on FIBS.
Checker plays and cube decisions are reviewed by the computer
Backgammon by the Bay
By Richard McIntosh.
A wonderful collection of interesting games from BGBB tournaments.
The plays are "rolled out" using the computer program Jellyfish
and the positions are commented on by one of several experts including
Steve Clark, Ron Karr, Kit Woolsey, Blake Sorem, and Nack Ballard.
By Morten Wang.
Interesting games and positions evaluated by Jellyfish
and commented on by Morten.